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Force, Motion, and Energy

a safety device consisting of a strip of wire that melts and breaks an electric circuit if the current exceeds a safe travel Fuse
a circuit where the electrons have many paths to take. Parallel Circuit
an electric current in which electrons have only one path to take. Series Circuit
source or cell Battery
a path along which electric charges can flow Circuit
the path must go from the energy source to the device and back again to keep the charges moving Complete circuit
closing or turning the switch "on," closes the gap Closed circuit/switch
opening a switch in a circuit causes a gap, so charges can't flow Open circuit/switch
a material that allows electricity or heat to pass through it easily Conductor
a material that does NOT allow electricity or heat to pass through it easily Insulator
turns a circuit on and off Switch
Created by: #Science2019